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Toshiba p755 wont start with adapter

Will not charge, adapter plugged in still no power

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The board will need to be checked for problem if not charger or battery

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1. remove the battery
2. remove the AC Adapter
3. press and hold the power button for 1 minute
4. once done plugged back in the battery and adapter
5. turn on the computer
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